Grateful Dead Live at Roosevelt Stadium on 1973-08-01
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
01 crowd 0:35
02 Promised Land 3:50
03 Sugaree 7:30
04 The Race Is On* 2:54
05 You Ain't Woman Enough 3:03
06 Bird Song* 10:51
07 Mexicali Blues 3:20
08 They Love Each Other 5:19
09 Jack Straw 4:37
10 Stella Blue 7:28
11 Big River 4:43
12 Casey Jones* 6:28
13 //Around And Around* 5:03
14 Mississippi Half Step Uptown Toodeloo 8:33
15 Me And My Uncle 3:01
01 Row Jimmy 8:40
02 Dark Star* > 24:37
03 El Paso > 4:20
04 Eyes Of The World > 20:29
05 Morning Dew 13:09
01 Sugar Magnolia 9:03
02 //Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad > 8:20
03 One More Saturay Night* 4:43
*The Race Is On - mic cable drop out cross faded at 0:37
*Bird Song - mic cable drop out cross faded at 1:28
*Casey Jones - mic cable drop out cross faded at 2:31
*Around And Around - mic cable drop out cross faded at 3:08
*Dark Star - first 1:06 supplied by alternate AUD/? and cross
faded at that point into the start of the main source recording.
This alternate source was on the 7" reel that Jeff Siniawsky
supplied for the transfer. He used it to fill the portion of
the start of Dark Star missing from his 5" reel master when he
created the 7" reel we have here.
*One More Saturday Night - mic cable drop out cross faded at 0:27
- 2008-11-13 17:54:39
- AudMR > R > DAT > WAV > SHN
- Jersey City, NJ
- Transferred by
- A > D transfer by Noah Weiner
- Roosevelt Stadium
Subject: "who is that singing the loretta lynn tune?" seriously??
Subject: Jerry birthday show
Subject: onslaught of awesomeness!
the sound quality of this show isn't bad. it's just raw. personally, i love the lack of compression. it's got teeth. eyes of the world, some of the vocals clip out a bit. sometimes the mic cable jiggles. in casey jones, it sounds like someone accidentally pressed pause. i love shit like that. reminds you what really happened at these shows.
this is a lovely performance. spirited, energized. and some standout examples of some of my favourite tunes; even non-deadheads could appreciate the beauty of this stella blue. eyes of the world is, to my ears, at the pace it was meant to be played. later in the seventies, they played it considerably faster, and even later, like the late eighties, it slowed down. nice stretched out rendering here. dark star maintains its groove throughout - i find it often gets bogged down in its navelgazey self, but not on this night. morning dew is a sweet heartbreaker, and then the opening bars of sugar magnolia give me tingles.
who is that singing the loretta lynn tune? and what's with around and around as a second-set opener?
all in all, an enjoyable listen. made my day.
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